Intriguing poll results
It's no surprise that Europeans might view the U.S. government as the biggest threat to world peace. But the view is also prevalent among the youngest American adults:
In the US itself, North Korea and Iran are seen as the biggest risks. However, the youngest US respondents share the Europeans' view that theirs is the biggest threat, with 35 per cent of American 16- to 24-year-olds identifying it as the chief danger to stability.
So much for any talk of renewing the draft.